Pope Leo the Great, Fourth Council

I’ve come across what seems like a relatively obscure historical objection to the Catholic faith, and I’m really not sure where to find information on it.

“Pope Leo the Great did not wish the Fourth Council to be called but when it was anyway sent, as was the usual custom, legates to represent him. His tome on the issues before the Councils were weighed against the tome of St. Cyril of Alexandria and Leo’s tome was declared orthodox on the merits of agreeing with St. Cyril, why would it not be the other way around?”

Thanks. :slight_smile:

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